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Wordlife. Friday 15th April, 7.30pm Theatre in the Mill, University of Bradford

‘Fantastically entertaining evening’ Yorkshire Post

Denis Jones

vast, complex orchestrations of beat-box rhythms

Polar Bear

One of the most precocious talents to have come out of the UK performance poetry scene

Tickets £6.50/£5 Students pay what you can 01274 233200 theatre@bradford.ac.uk

Joe Hakim

writer, poet and spoken word performer

Andy Cook

He is to audiences what card tricks are to kids

+ Open Mic Hosted by Joe Kriss


Bus/train

Bradford is served by two stations Bradford Interchange (bus, coach and rail) and Bradford Forster Square, which are located in the city centre.

Walking

From central Bradford cross Centenary square (the pedestrianised area with the BBC big screen, that houses City Hall) and head in the direction of the old Odeon cinema. Once you are there walk up the hill (Great Horton Road), passing by the Alhambra Theatre on your left. Keep walking and you’ll see Bradford College and finally the University. Stay on this road until you reach Unique Fitness and Lifestyle (the new sports centre). You can then cut across the car parks behind the sports centre and walk down the grassy hill to Theatre in the Mill (which is next to the Phoenix building). Alternatively keep walking along Great Horton Road until it meets Shearbridge Road and turn right off Shearbridge Road opposite Bombay Stores and down the lane to get to the Theatre.

By Car

From Leeds, Wakefield and the motorways follow the signs for the University and Bradford College from Bradford City Centre. From Halifax take the A647 through Queensbury and arrive at the mini-roundabout via Great Horton Road. From Keighley or Skipton take the A650 into Bradford via Manningham Lane and follow the University signs from the City Centre. Please note if you’re using Sat Nav our post code will direct you to the University’s main post room, please check maps and walking directions for details of how to get to our venue when you are in the Campus area. The nearest car park is behind the Unique Fitness and Lifestyle (the new sports centre) which is on Great Horton Road. Buzz the intercom to be allowed through the barriers. Car parking is free on Campus after 5.30pm.


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